Manchester United see seven Premier League April fixtures rescheduled

Manchester United have had seven of their April Premier League fixtures rescheduled, some of which have been moved for television coverage in the UK.

April could prove to be a pivotal month for the Red Devils if things continue as they are now; United are in outstanding form and have been deemed title challengers by both fans, neutral viewers and pundits.

Whilst it’s still early days, it’s a hard prospect to ignore, especially as rivals around us continue to drop points here and there. The players and Erik ten Hag refuse to be dragged into any kind of title talk though, as they focus solely on the next game in the schedule, and nothing beyond that.

The Reds have had to deal with some of the worst fixture congestion across Europe this season, which is one of the more dangerous factors to competing at the highest level, as the risk of player fatigue and injuries grows significantly higher.

Rescheduled Premier League fixtures

Five kick-off times have been confirmed whilst two are subjective to Europa League and FA Cup progression.

Premier League released an updated list of games taking place from April 1 – May 1, below are the ones that impact United.

Sunday, April 2: Newcastle (A) 4.30 pm BST 
- Sky Sports

Wednesday, April 5: Brentford (H) 8 pm BST
 – Not broadcasted in UK

Saturday, April 8: Everton (H) 12:30 pm BST
 – BT Sport

Saturday, April 15: Nott’m Forest (A) 5.30 pm BST (Will move to Sunday, April 16 at 4.30pm BST if United progress in Europa League)Sky Sports

Saturday, April 22: Chelsea (H) 5.30 pm BST (Will move to Sunday, April 23 at 2pm BST if United are still in the Europa League and will be postponed if they reach the FA Cup final)Sky Sports

Thursday, April 27: Tottenham (A) 8.15 pm BST
 – BT Sport

Sunday, April 30: Aston Villa (H) 2pm BST – Not broadcasted in UK

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